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Traffick (Critic's Pick)

Pones Inc. (Cincinnati)

0 Comments · Sunday, June 1, 2014
Traffick is an ambitious and multi-disciplinary theatrical experience from director Kim Popa and her merry band of social change-agents-cum-dancers from Pones Inc.  

Choose Your Own Adventure (Review)

0 Comments · Saturday, June 1, 2013
Although this production has a definite DIY feel, there’s a sense of whimsy and spontaneity that’s earnest and yet effortless for the dancers and, especially, narrator Miranda McGee.  

Pones Inc. Offers Food for Thought

Cincinnati's provocative performance art troupe Pones Inc. adds food to its toolkit

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Food and art have interesting commonalities in the way they are carefully prepared, the way they affect our senses and, perhaps most of all, the attention we pay to them when we find them strikingly beautiful. Because of the actions associated with cooking and eating, food lends itself to performance. This is just what the local performance art group Pones Inc. has done with its most recent work, Rub, Dredge, Fry (Repeat).  

That One Show

1 Comment · Thursday, June 3, 2010
Combining black-and-white video interview segments of many diverse people responding to questions about dance with live-action spoken word, choreographed movement and some audience interaction, Pones Inc. raises questions about personal early memories of dance, what dance means culturally, why more people don't go see dance and in general why more people don't dance.  

Preview: The 4 Food Groups

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 26, 2009
With a dinner party of four people, four food groups and four scenes of true stories relating to sexuality, the performance possibilities intrigue. Are they couples or friends or something else?  

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